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"The Necklace" Presentation

Transcript: 1805 1800 1808 External: Mathilde loses the diamond necklace, borrowed from her friend, and has to work various jobs, alongside her husband, in order to pay off thirty-six thousand francs. Money: although Mathilde's husband makes enough to support both of them, money is still an issue. Since they can't afford to replace the diamond necklace, Mathilde and her husband had to borrow money and work for 10 years in order to buy a replacement. Sofia Carigma Lily Ross English II Honors, Period 5 6 October 2015 The Necklace Climax Takes place in Paris, France during the 1800s. When Mathilde asks to borrow the diamond necklace from Madame Forestier, she replies without hesitation. We can anticipate that the necklace was fake. Main Characters (cont.) After losing a borrowed diamond necklace from her friend, Mathilde chooses not to inform the owner and instead resorts to spend 10 years of her life paying off the necklace. She eventually finds out, from Madame Forestier, that the necklace was just a phony. 1810 "All the attaches of the Cabinet wished to waltz with her" (Maupassant) "With frowsy hair, skirts askew and red hands, she talked loud while washing the floor with great swishes of water" (Maupassant). "She danced with rapture, with passion, intoxicated by pleasure" (Maupassant). Main Characters Conflicts When Malthilde realizes the diamond necklace is missing and goes in distress along with her husband, Monsieur Loisel. 1803 Dissatisfaction: Mathilde is unhappy with her life and marriage, and believes she was born into the wrong social class. Monsieur Loisel: the husband of Mathilde. He is the clerk of the Ministry of Public Institution. He takes on multiple jobs to help his wife pay off the lost diamond necklace. by Guy de Maupassant Resolution "She was distressed at the poverty of her dwelling" (Maupassant). Complications Main Characters (cont.) Madame Forestier: a former classmate of Mathilde. She lends Mathilde the diamond necklace, that is later lost. Internal: Mathilde longed for a life where can afford all the beautiful materialistic things she desires. She feels that her life is bare without experiencing any of the delicacies and luxuries that of the upper class. Basic Situation Mathilde Loisel: the main character. She is the unhappy wife of Monsieur Loisel and she never seems to be contented with her life. Diction "She fastened it round her throat, outside her high-necked waist, and was lost in ecstasy at her reflection in the mirror" (Maupassant). Setting: Time & Place After 10 years of borrowing money and taking on multiple jobs, Mathilde finally decides to come clean to Madame Forestier. Shocked by her ragged and peasant-like appearance, Madame Forestier reveals that the diamond necklace was fake. Time Elements: Foreshadowing

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"The Necklace" Presentation

Transcript: Mathilde has to face her friend and tell her the truth about the lost necklace. by. will alexis and tyler Irony- When Mathilde liked the necklace so much she said it looked fake, at the end when she decides to tell the truth, finds out the necklace is fake. Resolution- Finally, Mathilde decides to confront her friend and tell her the truth about the lost diamond necklace. Her friend tells her it wasn't real diamonds, the necklace was fake. By: Guy de Maupassant Characterization: Mathilde- Mathilde is a very selfish women.She only cares about her appearance and how people view her. Mr. Loisel- Mr. Loisel was very caring. He gave up is hunting money for Mathilde to make her happy. He doesn't care about everyone, not just himself. The setting in this story takes place in Paris, France during the 1800's. Exposition- Mathilde and Mr.Loisel are invited to a ball, Mathilde borrows a very expensive necklace, by the end of the night, it seems to be lost. Conflict- Man vs. Self Protagonist- Mathilde Antagonist- Mr. Loisel Flashback- There is no flashback in the short story. Foreshadowing- When the author describes how much the necklace was and how valuable it is. Theme- The lesson learned was to always tell the truth no matter what situation your in. Always be happy for what you have. Rising Action- Mathilde uses Mr. Loisel's hunting money to buy a dress for the ball. She borrows very expensive jewls from her good friend to make herself look rich. "The Necklace" Climax- When Mathilde comes home from the ball and realizes the necklace was missing. Falling Action- When Mathilde decides to work for ten years to replace her friends diamond necklace. She works by cleaning wealthy peoples house's, moves into a smaller house, and becomes poor. setting

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